Everyone except me, that is. I'm a shade in this space these days. Offline writing consumes my time and energy. I'm thrilled with the results: not one but TWO books launching in January, and another on its heels in March.
Word Hermit Press selected another writer's novel for publication. I can't wait to help the promotional charge for Lisa A Kramer's feminist YA story P.O.W.E.R., coming December 1, 2014.
A new website is in the works, with the awesome Cheryl and Bill Smithem guiding my techno-challenged steps. After months of data analysis and evaluation in the wake of my first book's birth, I'm shaking some things up, and I'm looking forward to seeing results in coming months.
Enough excuses about my whereabouts.
Nancy Teixeira and her husband won the To Live Forever: Journey to Charleston Contest back in April. Remember that one?
It was a close one, Dear Reader. Quiet people drifted over here yesterday. To leave a comment for something free? Or to support an author’s new book?
In this community, I’d say the latter.
The winner of a signed copy of Jessie Bishop Powell’s The Marriage at the Rue Morgue is…….
Congratulations, Karen. I know where to send your prize. I hope you’ll read it and write a review.
Meriwether Lewis’s birthday month is coming up, and what a surprise………it’s the same as my dad’s. If you want to be ready to celebrate Merry’s birthday on August 14, I suggest you read To Live Forever: An Afterlife Journey of Meriwether Lewis. Here’s a screen grab of the latest Amazon review, from a complete stranger I don’t know/am not related to/didn’t pay to write a review. Get your copy by clicking any link below.
A wedding. A monster-in-law. Two orangutans. And porn. Jessie Bishop Powell's debut mystery The Marriage at the Rue Morgue doesn't disappoint.
You thought I forgot, didn't you? Last week, I promised to give a Naked for Satan coaster to one lucky reader. And the winner is................
By the time you read this, I'll be on the road again. On the way to Florence, South Carolina for a night with my parents, en route to a presentation in Myrtle Beach on Friday. All that means is I'm already missing Montreat.